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  1. For my SSE mod I'm attempting to make a custom shield nif out of the WRJovaskrBanner02. I have made weapon mashups before in nifskope before but not with something as complex as a banner. So I tried the normal way of opening an existing shield, copying the banner into the shield file, saving it out, and placing it in game. Through this method the item shows up fine in my inventory and when dropped on the floor, but in my hand the banner/shield does not appear. I imagine there are more steps to take in nifskope, but I have no idea what. Can anyone please please help?
  2. The Elder Scrolls V: The Yokudan Ascendancy. Plot: The Yokudan Ascendency is a large-scale Quest mod for the Elder Scrolls V with releases planned for Legendary (regular) and Special edition. In this story, the player is promised 11 action-packed carefully crafted & interesting main-story quests as well as a shorter and less-extensive lore based storyline. Main questline: In this questline, the player discovers the mystery behind a dragon seeking to end all of Nirn – and this time not even the dragonborn can stop him. Discover the secrets behind Kronolyia – the realm of Akatosh and the final resting place of all deceased dragons. Become his champion, serve him loyally and discover true meaning of what it means to be “The last Dragonborn” and uncover the lost lore and secrets of the Aedra. Grow your power as dragonborn, unlocking raw, untapped power gifted to you by your creator and become the strongest mortal who ever lived. Lore Questline: After the events of the Dragon/Main Questline, the dragonborn faces a new threat. The Yokudan Ascendency’s oldest enemies – The true Descendants, a group of warriors from Hammerfell that arrived in the second Era in search of mythical Aedric Artefact said to be crafted by the divines. Both groups searched for it, but the stubborn and isolated ways of the Ascendency and the relaxed ways of the warriors clashed. The Yokudans eventually retreated back to their home in Oaksmere and the warriors assimilated into Skyrim culture and settled in the province, running Skyrim in the shadows from behind the scenes. Now, they have returned, and attempt to put an end to the Ascendency for the last time. In this questline, the tense history between the two groups are revealed as the dragonborn seeks to eradicate the latest threat to the Ascendency. Other details: The story attempts to explore the history of Yokuda and the migration to Tamriel that led to the Redguards of Hammerfell. Shedding light on their ways of life, their religion and everything that makes the redguards one of the most distinctive races of TES lore in terms of culture and history. Every character in the mod will be fully-voiced, each having their own unique character and personalities and can be interacted with or ignored if the player chooses. The mod uses a huge advanced radiant system to generate a large amount of radiant quests with some shared between characters and some character-unique – in total around 50 radiant side quests only available at certain points throughout the story. There are also non-radiant 1-time only side quests for minor characters throughout the mod. Each individual radiant quest has 5 randomly generated emotions that influence the outcome and dialogue of each character for a quest. In rare event the player gets the same quest multiple times, the chance of them hearing the same lines are rare. The same radiant quest to generate scenes and greetings between characters using relationships and factions to determine a group of randomly-selected lines to be said at any point during a conversation. For example, when a high-ranking member speaks to a low-ranking member they’re dialogue will be different if they speak to someone within the same rank, but these will both be different if the two characters happen to be friends. The mod attempts to add an attempt of spontaneity, escaping from the sometimes fixed environment vanilla Skyrim can sometimes unintentionally create – characters’ decision will often be influenced by certain actions the player makes during the story, for example, whether Alduin has been defeated yet or not. The mod also comes with marriage opportunities, follower opportunities, trainers and more, creating an overall interesting and fun gameplay. Features: § Custom Weapons and Armor (meshes and textures) § Custom Archetecture & interior meshes § Well-designed dungeons to explore throught the story line § Over 30 fully voiced NPCs § New worlds/ realms § New, unique and powerful spells and shouts § (Tries to be) Lore-friendly § New followers, spouses, and trainers § A brand new faction to join with a handful of characters and history to be uncovered § Well-designed and fitting rewards for quests How can you help? (Any skill level/experience welcome!) Due to the large nature of the mod, I have decided to keep this page as short as possible. Therefore I have decided to include this short list below and all other enquiries can be posted in this forum or I’ll be accepting DMs. PRIORITY: WRITING. As previously stated, the mod is very large and although possible, it can be very tedious and time-consuming for a single person to write scripts for all the characters with different emotions and tones. Therefore we ask for assistance in order to allow us to write such complex scripts in a reasonable amount of time. Currently writing remains the top priority in the project. Level designing: Assistance in creating interesting and creative levels to clear and uncover throughout the mod. Voice acting: Please DM me or Post in the topic as we have yet to set up the required links and audition pages. Also, due to the large number of characters, we decided it best to not post them individually and instead allow people to tell us what type of voices they can perform. Modelling & Texturing: Assistance needed in creating custom assets for mod. If you think you can add anything to the mod, even if not listed please do not hesitate to DM or post! ALL help is wanted! Thanks!
  3. The Elder Scrolls V: The Yokudan Ascendancy. Plot: The Yokudan Ascendency is a large-scale Quest mod for the Elder Scrolls V with releases planned for Legendary (regular) and Special edition. In this story, the player is promised 11 action-packed carefully crafted & interesting main-story quests as well as a shorter and less-extensive lore based storyline. Main questline: In this questline, the player discovers the mystery behind a dragon seeking to end all of Nirn – and this time not even the dragonborn can stop him. Discover the secrets behind Kronolyia – the realm of Akatosh and the final resting place of all deceased dragons. Become his champion, serve him loyally and discover true meaning of what it means to be “The last Dragonborn” and uncover the lost lore and secrets of the Aedra. Grow your power as dragonborn, unlocking raw, untapped power gifted to you by your creator and become the strongest mortal who ever lived. Lore Questline: After the events of the Dragon/Main Questline, the dragonborn faces a new threat. The Yokudan Ascendency’s oldest enemies – The true Descendants, a group of warriors from Hammerfell that arrived in the second Era in search of mythical Aedric Artefact said to be crafted by the divines. Both groups searched for it, but the stubborn and isolated ways of the Ascendency and the relaxed ways of the warriors clashed. The Yokudans eventually retreated back to their home in Oaksmere and the warriors assimilated into Skyrim culture and settled in the province, running Skyrim in the shadows from behind the scenes. Now, they have returned, and attempt to put an end to the Ascendency for the last time. In this questline, the tense history between the two groups are revealed as the dragonborn seeks to eradicate the latest threat to the Ascendency. Other details: The story attempts to explore the history of Yokuda and the migration to Tamriel that led to the Redguards of Hammerfell. Shedding light on their ways of life, their religion and everything that makes the redguards one of the most distinctive races of TES lore in terms of culture and history. Every character in the mod will be fully-voiced, each having their own unique character and personalities and can be interacted with or ignored if the player chooses. The mod uses a huge advanced radiant system to generate a large amount of radiant quests with some shared between characters and some character-unique – in total around 50 radiant side quests only available at certain points throughout the story. There are also non-radiant 1-time only side quests for minor characters throughout the mod. Each individual radiant quest has 5 randomly generated emotions that influence the outcome and dialogue of each character for a quest. In rare event the player gets the same quest multiple times, the chance of them hearing the same lines are rare. The same radiant quest to generate scenes and greetings between characters using relationships and factions to determine a group of randomly-selected lines to be said at any point during a conversation. For example, when a high-ranking member speaks to a low-ranking member they’re dialogue will be different if they speak to someone within the same rank, but these will both be different if the two characters happen to be friends. The mod attempts to add an attempt of spontaneity, escaping from the sometimes fixed environment vanilla Skyrim can sometimes unintentionally create – characters’ decision will often be influenced by certain actions the player makes during the story, for example, whether Alduin has been defeated yet or not. The mod also comes with marriage opportunities, follower opportunities, trainers and more, creating an overall interesting and fun gameplay. Features: § Custom Weapons and Armor (meshes and textures) § Custom Archetecture & interior meshes § Well-designed dungeons to explore throught the story line § Over 30 fully voiced NPCs § New worlds/ realms § New, unique and powerful spells and shouts § (Tries to be) Lore-friendly § New followers, spouses, and trainers § A brand new faction to join with a handful of characters and history to be uncovered § Well-designed and fitting rewards for quests How can you help? (Any skill level/experience welcome!) Due to the large nature of the mod, I have decided to keep this page as short as possible. Therefore I have decided to include this short list below and all other enquiries can be posted in this forum or I’ll be accepting DMs. PRIORITY: WRITING. As previously stated, the mod is very large and although possible, it can be very tedious and time-consuming for a single person to write scripts for all the characters with different emotions and tones. Therefore we ask for assistance in order to allow us to write such complex scripts in a reasonable amount of time. Currently writing remains the top priority in the project. Level designing: Assistance in creating interesting and creative levels to clear and uncover throughout the mod. Voice acting: Please DM me or Post in the topic as we have yet to set up the required links and audition pages. Also, due to the large number of characters, we decided it best to not post them individually and instead allow people to tell us what type of voices they can perform. Modelling & Texturing: Assistance needed in creating custom assets for mod. If you think you can add anything to the mod, even if not listed please do not hesitate to DM or post! ALL help is wanted! Thanks!
  4. Armor Bosmer Armor Pack - My character I'm playing will be a Bosmer Assassin. I enjoy the rogue archer type of characters over the basic warrior class; the art of the silent kill appeals to me. However, having just a vanilla armor set didn't appeal to me. I found this mod, and it will work nicely with my character. Granted, with the Nightingale set, there is an added bonus wearing that armor set. However, when I explore the dungeons, it's nice to have a heavy armor set just in case, and the Bosmer set fits nicely with many options. Craftable Faction Armor - I tend to make use of the arcane blacksmith option and make my own enchantments for the Nightingale Armor. The problem with this mod is WryeBash states that it has an incorrect header. I would like to know how to fix that with SSEdit if possible. Ebony Wolf Armor and Skyforge Ebony Weapons - I added this to my game in case I want to run with a warrior type class. I'll have a lot of fun with my Bosmer, but I feel a Nord character would be fun to play and I do pursue the Companions quest line when I have a warrior type character. A good option if the community doesn't think I have too many armor mods. Elemental Arrows - It might be possible that another mod adds elemental arrows. Since I'm using Skyrim Unleveled as my base mod for difficulty, I find it necessary to make sure I have enhanced weapons of any kind. Faction Crossbows - Another mod I found useful since Skyrim Unleveled adds crossbows to the leveled lists. However, I think this mod should be below Skyrim Unleveled so it can add its inventory to the leveled list. Would a bashed patch work in this case? Fur Armor Set - I'm using Frostfall and Campfire so I thought this would be a good addition. I don't want to overload my game with redundant items. Let me know if this is really a needed mod. InsanitySorrow Weapons Pack - Another solid mod for adding weapons to the Skyrim Matrix. I am fond of the Silver Bow which will be needed since I'll run AAE along with Skyrim Unleveled. Lore Weapon Expansion - adds weapons from Cyrodill and Vvardenfell which include silver weapons. You can't have too many weapons, but I want to make sure I'm not overloading my options. I like a lean and clean gaming environment. Nordic Ranger Outfit - love my rogue archers, so this one is going to be included. Royal Armory - Replaces vanilla weapons for important NPCs and gives them the appropriate weapon of their station. I've viewed the opinions of many people during my mod experience - they have all concluded that vanilla Skyrim is dull and relatively easy to play. I agree. So, with changes to skills, combat, and armor/weapons, I find this mod will fit in. Again, I don't want to overload my game, but there are some items that should be mandatory. This mod is one of them. Runed Nordic Weapons - I'm open to suggestions about including this mod; the details are nice to have, but I would rather have other mods if I need to "let go". Scoped Bows - I love the idea of a scoped bow. I have been playing with a cursor for a long time and since I found this mod, I've decided to go without the crosshair. Unique Unique's had a scoped version of Angie's Bow, but with this mod I went with the main file only. Silver Shield and Sword of The Dragonborn - I want to make sure I have silver weapons available. Seems like a good mod to add. Expanded Skyrim Weaponry - Lore friendly weapon expansion, giving different variants of swords, axes, and maces. It's not a must have, so if I need to let go, this mod can go. Useful Scrapping - I like this mod over Skyrim Recycling. I haven't used it so if there is a reason to not include it, I can let this one go as well. Wanderer Cuirass - Another mod I can let go if needed but it looks inviting to have this armor set. The heavy version is a nice alternative to a steal armor option. I'm sure there are other armor sets out there that might be better than this list. Please offer your advice and comments. Thanks for reading. Strategy.
  5. Hey, so i've been having issues with the female glass armor glitch on XBO, where when in first person you get some pretty horrendous graphical glitching. Its a pretty big one and well known, so i thought it would be covered in this mod. The changelog mentions a change to the female glass armor files, but isnt very specific about what in regards to. The strange part is, i didnt notice the glitch for an entire play session, leading me to believe it was working ok at first, but when i booted my game up, i started having this glitch. i tried uninstalling all my mods, and then installing just the patch, and i still had the graphical issue. was this issue actually fixed in this patch? am i missing something? i just really want this gitch to go away, as im going to be stuck in glass for awhile. any help would be hugely appreciated. thanks!
  6. hello yall. im looking for a person to work on textures for some armor im making. armor style is primarily robe/mage bottom with armored top and arms/boots/helm (basicly im putting a robe type bottom on some armors and cutting out a good chunk of the armor, like bodysuits and leaving the main armor {bit around the groin and breast area aswell}) planning on creating some mage robes with armored parts added on like adding daedric paudrons to archmages robes etc. note dont expect much along design im still learning and im not working on it fast, and im mostly just mix and matching parts of already existing armors with as said earlier massive chunks removed. image is from my first attempt (yes i know big first step starting with endgame armor lol)
  7. From the album: Mael's Misc

    Hroja and Poet looking moderately sexy in the latest iron armor technology. No lighting mods were used in the taking of this screenshot.
  8. Index: (these are external links to my tutorial at TES Alliance) Part 1: Understanding Skin Partitions - NifSkope Part 2: Understanding Skin Partitions - Blender Part 3: Preparing an Existing Nif for Blender Part 4: Modifying an Existing Nif in Blender Part 5: Clean up of the Nif in NifSkope Part 6: Adding Armor to the Creation Kit Part 7: Creating new Armor in Blender Addendum: Skin Partitions / Body Parts / Biped Objects Reference Sheet In my bid to understand why none of my modified armors worked in game, I've delved deep into the steaming underbelly of Nifskope to dissect every miniscule part of how the Skyrim body works. I've discovered some very interesting facts that I hope will help any others who decide to try their hand at new armors/clothing for Skyrim. Thus is born this series of tutorials that describe the process of creating/modifying armor and/or clothing for Skyrim in detail with plenty of pictures. Each tutorial is written in a 'classroom' way for you to follow along in the tools yourself. Don't be afraid, get in there and try it. Make a cup of tea, grab some cookies and take your time, there's a lot of information here. Tools Required: * Blender 2.49b (not tested on higher versions, but do not use 2.6x versions - the Nifscripts aren't up to the task yet) * NifScripts 2.5.9 * PYFFI 2.1.11 * NifSkope 1.1.0 Knowledge Required: These are advanced tutorials that assume the reader knows and understands NifSkope and their way around in Blender. They also assume basic knowledge of the Creation Kit.

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